According to a statement by the Rákóczi Association, storybooks, sweets, and a letter encouraging parents to choose Hungarian schools will be sent to kindergarten children in around 1,000 settlements in the Carpathian Basin as part of the gift.
They stressed that the Rákóczi Association is committed to supporting the Hungarian school choice of Hungarian communities beyond the borders, convinced that Hungarian school is the best choice for both the child’s future as an adult and the survival of Hungarian communities.
They also pointed out that in order to make the Christmas preparations in kindergartens as beautiful and meaningful as possible for the children, the association is supporting the Advent programs of 377 kindergartens. The kindergartens and kindergarten groups could apply for support for their Christmas-related activities, such as crafts, gingerbread baking, Advent wreath making, nativity plays, and puppet shows.
The Rákóczi Association was founded in 1989 and seeks to use its potential to serve the Hungarian people of the Carpathian Basin and the world to promote Hungarian culture, the Hungarian language, and Hungarian communities. Many of the organization’s activities are focused on youths.